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Low Bp After Exercise
Managed high BP. healthy diet. Exercise regularly - HIIT. Prediabetic. Cholesterol borderline.Why heart rate increase rapidly after a short day nap?
Heart rate is: regulated under autonomic control and function. Aging, glucose intolerance, medications, physical condition and hydration can all have effects on the autonomic system resulting in variability to the heart rate response to various activities. Sleeping can additionally affect the autonomic responses. I suspect this is normal physiology for you and represents your body's response to these factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Abnormal blood pressure is a symptom in which a person's blood pressure is much higher or much lower than it should be for his age and body size. If either the systolic (upper number) pressure or the diastolic (lower number) pressure is not in the normal range, then the ...Read more
Dehydration.: This is why you need to hydrate yourself adequately before, during and after exercising. Especially if you are exercising in a hot environment. See if this improves with adequate hydration (water and/or electrolyte replenishment drinks). If not, then schedule a visit with a Cardiologist for an evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood pressure fluctuates between low and hi. As well as pulse. Resting time. Glucose levels 3.9 ans 4.2. 1.5 hours after dinner and sugar intake.
51 y/o with BP 115/65. HTN in family. Exercise and very good diet. After exercise systolic rises to 135-140 then drops diastolic unchanged. Normal?
How correlates low BP and low diuresis?Which low BP value is considered dangerous?In ER my pressure was 130/80, at home 105/65.I take pils for high bp
Varies: It varies person to person. Some may tolerate BP in 80's, some don't. Low BP which causes symptoms is usually dangerous for that patient. Usually we get worried when we see BP in 80's. ...Read more
30f w/svt & high bp. Can you build tolerance to propranolol? Bp & hr doing well initially; BP still scaling down but resting hr's climbing back up.
How can you lower cholesterol numbers when a low fat, low cholesterol diet and aerobic exercise don't work?
Constant low BP 100/60 pulse rate 85-90 lightheadedness, salty food work for short time then BP dropped again, already did echo, ecg, stress test normal?
Solution for isolated systolic hypertension 158/70 and triglycerides 220? Total cholesterol normal, not overweight, daily exercise, healthy diet.
It is unlikely: that you will be able to modify these abnormal findings without additional pharmacological intervention. An extreme diet of withholding sodium (<1gm) and very low carbohydrate might help but would be unpleasant. Your health care provider should be able to advise you and prescribe additional medication that will allow you to improve the numbers while still living an acceptable life style. ...Read more
30 year male. My high BP is 130 and low BP is 60 to 65. After work or cycling or running BP high and suddenly becom very low with unconciousness. ?
See a doctor: Losing consciousness during or after exercise is worrisome and deserves immediate evaluation. Avoid exercise and seek care. The causes can be varied, but hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is a real concern and needs to be ruled out along with other electrical or mechanical heart causes. ...Read more
Took BP before eating high carb meal 127/85 pulse 80, then stood for 12mins. Bp was 108/85 pulse 146 does this suggest postprandial hypotension?
Rapid heart rhythm: Your b p dropped significantly after standing but the pulse rate of 146 was very rapid. I wonder if this was accurate. We're you lightheaded when your b p dropped? If not, then it is not problematic. A heart rate of 146 would be problematic. Double check your pulse to be sure and see how long it takes to return to normal. Discussion with your physician is recommended. ...Read more
Type 2 diabetic Atkins diet on metformin and byetta for about 2 yrs. Bs high after exercise. Stopped exercising and bs better. Should i exercise.
Continue exercise: Typically exercise results in lower blood sugars. If sugars are high to start, they can sometimes go higher with exercise. Sometimes exercising in the morning causes sugars to rise, but doing the same exercise in the afternoon or evening causes it to drop. The benefits of exercise outweigh any temporary effect on your blood sugar, so i would continue it. ...Read more
What causes low resting heart rate and hypotension? 37 yo female with sedentary lifestyle. Very low aerobic stamina.bp 100/56, pulse 38-44.
Lightheaded and still having low BP in low 90s/60s despite being on Florinef (fludrocortisone) 100 mcg daily &high salt diet &fluids. How else can I raise it?
Low BP: Lightheaded and still having low BP in low 90s/60s despite being on Florinef (fludrocortisone) 100 mcg daily &high salt diet &fluids. How else can I raise it? ANS: I would eat more salt until you are better. May have to take in tomato juice. indeed a good source of salt is Bloody Mary mix or even V-8 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How correlates BP and heart rate? Why for me high BP (145-95) and low hr (58-62)? What means that?When is high BP accomploshed with low hr?
BP and HR: Generally, the two are independent. People in shock will have a rapid hr to compensate for their abnormally low bp. Your hrs are normal. Your BP is borderline high. You do not list any medicines that are slowing your hr. The treatment for an abnormally slow hr with symptoms (like passing out) is a pacemaker - you don't describe anything that sounds like you need that. ...Read more
Taking Florinef (fludrocortisone) 100 mcg daily & high salt diet for POTS & low BP. How to control belly fluid retention I get since starting treatment? I exercise.
Treatment: You should first start again with your primary doctor to make sure that some items are OK and possibly some items need correction. You did not include your age, height, and weight so I cannot give further information. I would appreciate it if you send me some more information. ...Read more
With readings of over 94 in diastolic blood pressure, i've started exercising, ketogenic diet, less sodium, coq10 etc. Enough or do I need BP meds?
Probably enough : For now, that should likely be enough. Get it checked a few more times over the next few months especially if you start losing weight.. It will probably normalize.... Go blue devils!?!? Okay, i know that is a potentially very "politically" charged statement, but i grew up there and am a die hard fan :). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more